Medical Supervision and Overall Regulation of all Medical Facets

In a healthcare facility, the medical director (MeD) is responsible for medical supervision and overall regulation of all medical facets that may affect the institutional healthcare system (IHS). Professionalism in healthcare facilities is a minimal requirement that does not allow compromises given that the issue is simply a matter of life or death. Though medical responsibilities are directly related to the attending physician liability, the impact of the IHS on an individual medical practice is significant, including organization, availability of critical care units, equipment, interdisciplinary work, and quality of nursing care. Accordingly, the MeD must be deeply involved in the regulation and implementation of the IHS; respect, fairness, integrity, responsibility, mindfulness, and professionalism are essential values that MeD must possess and cultivate. These values undoubtedly have a significant impact on the quality of the IHS.
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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4089725/